Mann ki baat: PM pitches for campaign to save water

Sharing concern over drought in various parts of the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday pitched for water conservation through a mass movement in his radio programme Mann ki Baat, as he pinned hopes on the Monsoon which is predicted to bring upto 110 per cent of rainfall this season.

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An overworked Chief Justice TS Thakur breaks down in front of PM Modi

Justice Thakur was most vexed about India’s overworked judiciary and bemoaned that the common man’s faith in the justice system is at an all-time low. He was speaking at the inauguration of a joint conference of chief ministers and chief justices of high courts, that the PM also attended.

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CISF deployed 24×7 at Ramdev’s food park in Haridwar

Officials said a contingent of 34 commandos, under the charge of an Assistant Commandant-rank officer, took charge at the facility on March 22 following Union Home Ministry’s order for 24X7 security deployment early this year.

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CISF deployed 24X7 at Ramdev’s food park in Haridwar

Officials said a contingent of 34 commandos, under the charge of an Assistant Commandant-rank officer, took charge at the facility on March 22 following Union Home Ministry’s order for 24X7 security deployment early this year.

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Central govt schemes may soon have ‘PM’ prefixed to them

All central government schemes may soon have ‘PM’ or the names of nationalist leaders prefixed to them and films highlighting the achievements of Narendra Modi dispensation shown “mandatorily” before screening of movies in every theatre.

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Parliament session beginning tomorrow to be stormy

Even as the government has listed a heavy agenda for the session, including passage of 13 bills in Lok Sabha and 11 bills in Rajya Sabha, there is understanding among its floor managers that pushing the contentious measures like GST won’t be possible in first few days.

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